Nicorette has a product out that I’ve never tried, it’s called QuickMist. Apparently it’s been out a while in other countries. It seems they’ve launched an ad campaign recently that targets E-Cig users.
Facebook and Twitter are lighting up with comments about the photo.
Dimitris had this to say on Facebook:
Sure…. quit vaping and become a pharma customer.
The AVA posted the photo with this comment:
Christopher Snowdon summed this up better than we could: “How worried is Big Pharma about e-cigarettes? Very worried indeed.”
There’s been plenty of conversation on Twitter too! Just check out your favorite ecig advocates and they’ve probably already posted a few good quotes!
On Twitter, @vapemestoopid posted a more detailed piece of promotional material from Nicorette.
She also posted this, more important version of the advertisement from the lead photo!
I am not sure who to credit these images too, but they are being reposted like a wildfire right now.
What do you think?
I will be honest. I think that we, as vapers, should thank Nicorette for introducing our products to potential new vapers. They are smokers out there that might not know much about Ecigs.
I did a search to find out if the ingredient list in the image above was legit, and confirmed it. According to Medicines.org.uk, the list is spot on.
- Propylene glycol
- Anhydrous ethanol
- Poloxamer 407
- Sodium hydrogen carbonate
- Mint flavour
- Cooling flavour
- Acesulfame potassium
- Hydrochloric acid
- Purified water
They didn’t have nicotine listed on this list, not sure why. Either way, that looks like what’s in E-Liquid, except for the 10 extra ingredients.
If you want to read more about Nicorette QuickMist, click here.
Big Pharma is scared and they should be!